Lionel Messi enjoys family holiday in Saudi Arabia
Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi and his family arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday for a vacation in Riyadh.
The trip is Messi’s second vacation to Saudi Arabia after a visit to Jeddah with friends last year. This time he was accompanied by his family, who were happy to spend time together on a holiday filled with fun and engaging family activities.
These include cultural and historical gems, immersive outdoor experiences and the city’s modern entertainment districts.
The Messi family are not the only ones choosing to vacation in Saudi Arabia. Celebrities like Cristiano Ronaldo and Alicia Keys were seen with their families in Saudi Arabia, which is becoming one of the fastest growing new family destinations in the world.
Messi, his wife Antonela Roccuzzo and their sons spent the first day of their holiday visiting an authentic Saudi farm, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
They witnessed the performance of palm weaving against the background of majestic ancient trees, a symbol of prosperity in Saudi Arabia.
The country’s palm trees, which produce more than 1.5 million tons of dates per year, are a central part of Saudi cuisine.
The animal is part of an ambitious rewilding program, bringing the Arabian antelope, ibex and arabian leopard back to the country’s wildlife reserves.
Although Saudi Arabia is known for its vast Rub Al Khali (Empty Quarter) desert, the country also has diverse landscapes that can be enjoyed year-round.
Must-see destinations include the UNESCO-listed Al Ahsa oasis and the pristine coral reefs of the 1,700-kilometer Red Sea coast, where divers and boats can enjoy.
The first of 16 luxury hotels will open this year along the coast. Saudi Arabia also has the green Asir highlands where locals vacation in the summer.
The warm welcome of Saudi Arabia, known as hafawa, is open to all visitors. Saudi Arabia Tourism Brand Ambassador Lionel Messi and his children meet an Arabian antelope.
Saudi Arabia Tourism Authority Saudi Arabia Tourism Brand Ambassador Lionel Messi and his children meet an Arabian antelope.
Saudi Arabia Tourism Authority Riyadh, home to about 8 million people, is also one of the 50 safest cities in the world according to the Economist Intelligence Unit, making it an ideal destination for families to explore. and enjoy.
With a record of 93.With 5 million visits last year, Saudi Arabia has become one of the fastest growing and most diverse destinations in the world all year round.
Source: www.dailymail.co.uk / thenationalnews.com